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FRAUD IS ALLEGED
LEPERS IN MEW YORK
Victims of Iho Scourgo Cannot
SEE MY SPONQE ?
rfigbest of all in Leavening Tower. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Sensational Allegations Ovor
tho chinortz Failure
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fltte the most excellent remedy known to
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When one it Bilious or Constipated
PUrtL BLOOD, REFSESHIHO SLSktP,
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Every one is using It and all are
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Real Estate Agent
OFFICE IlEDDALIS BUILDINO,
Met. Main and Centra Streets. SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
i A two and one-half story double frame
uweutng nouse, wnn sure-room aua res
taurant. Locatcu on rsei centre suect
2 A valuable property located on Bouth Jar-
3 fevou dwelling houEes at the corner of ail
facrt and Lloyd streets. J tod investment,
.. Terms reasonable.
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GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1S7S.
W. Baker & Co.s
from -which the excess of
oil lifts beon removed, Is
and It is Soluble.
aro used In its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is thcroforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocors overywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
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tHHjelss lV the bent j liyw. urt Fa i lirt dose yii,,it
ritilitiv d'aarnwar. n.! in ten ! .vi it '"im tve third-, .if .
tymitomsf9rcm'iveil. fVurl fr rRRE HO Oil of t"
menials of r ix- Tfl! n.B I. . ( ntulfftPP bv no.i
iculoi is cures. ICR IJftlO IV (Udtd rllCC you unl-r
trial, tenia ten rents in sMmp.. tu iwv (fclius rWW&MM
7Jjh tivablM with tbtwnrni yln TrreL-rln-i!" r
Iftpooontlyfc'llo'viiiga tmli ur fipor.r, or f row ro
i (UuUunil V (JaUutttoBWiHo neruHur to their hhX, wip
Use DR. Duel av'G'y eienrateu
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS
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tone, visor d 1.' 1 "J
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I YOUNG MAN
If you contemplate
cial Hehonl, It will
ray you to visit tho 'nuclIlJiTKK Ut):
M8H UNIVKltall-y before dicldlng There,
tnougn yen may live a thousand miles away.
It stands at the heart nf tlm llRtnf rnminer.
olal scnools In its character as nu educational
force, as a medium lor supplying the business
men 01 ine country wan trained and capable
aeMslnnts, as a means ol plsclDg ambitious
young men and women on the high rotd ui
snccets, mid In the rxlpnt, elrcnnre and cost
ol itstauliiinent. ThoroughCOJIMUnniAU
Hlioni'll NDAND PHACTICALIiNOiaHfl
C0UK8KS. The Twenly-se-Neutli Aunua)
I'atalogtii' will be mailed touny addreM.
WILLIAMS & ROGERS,1
ChlehMtcr Enallth IXamotiJ Hra.o4.
,"! fc.wuMi r Ifni'Ie. la Lire iik sIK
nurta hi if j in kc-41 k&j ooia iuiina'mr
bflkc. H'ftll wltli tilue rlbtwa. Taktt
naatlier. Pthus d&natrouM iuLtiitu V
Uom and imUatumt. AtU(mfjfiti,orBMd4r
la ftfctupi for ptrtiouWrt, (atUuoalU w4
II-Hur for XkM inUttw. bv rtstHra
if iUlL 1U.UOO J tlnMUH ftnmofiw,
folj by til LoeU DruggUu. lhlialu., Vt
A ff Oil NET-A T'LAW.
Wee BediiU'B building ooruor Main sna Centrt
EASTERN FIRMS ARE ANXIOUS.
They Sonil Representatives to Pittsburg
to Mako an Investigation.
Numerous Judgments Cniifesiefl to Do
fraud Creditors Thm Are Mmiy Com
plaints of CrnnkodncNft Itroker Ilncker
of New York Arrested A Southern
Jmlgo Makes u Clial'no of Grnud Larceny
PiTTBBuno, Aug. 14. To-dny sensation-
nl nllegatlons concerning tho Schmertc,
full uro became general property In
husluess and legal circles. Representa
tives of W. F. Morgnn & Co., Charles V.
Lee, and Qoutd & Walker of Boston,
throo of Sohmertz's Eistorn creditors,
have boon In Pittsburg since Tuesday in
W. S. Plor, Esq., tins been empowered
to file a bill in equity in their behalf
against Schmortz and the relatives and
friends in whoso favor the numerous
judgments linvo bean confossed in largo
sums. Mr. Pier, it is said, will fllo his
bill to-morrow, alleging that Mr.
Schmortz confessed judgments to mo ru
bers of his family and friends for the
purpose of defrauding outslda creditors
of their just dues.
An interview was held with Mr. Qulm
by, a son-in-law of Mr. Schmortz, and
nlso his assignee. Mr. Qulmby admits
that the Eastern creditors are here, and
that thoy are dissatisfied with the ar
rangements as made. lie donios, how-
evar, that there are any complaints of !
crookedness. lie will meet the Boston
gentlemen to-morrow, and snyB Mr.
Schmertz's books aro yot in tho hands of
tho sheriff, and that until he can have
accesi to them ho cannot definitely as
certain how Mr. Schmertz's affairs stand.
Closnd by tliw boliuierlzFallre.
Brnxitn, Pa., Aug. 14. The Standard
Plate Olass Works havo passed into the
hands of D. E. Whooler ns receiver. This
action Is the result of an amloaule ar
rangement botwoon creditors and stock
holders caused by the failure of E. W. E.
Schmortz, of Pittsburg, who was en
dorser for $250,000, as well as a stock
holder for a largo amount of stook. The
business of the company is in n prosper
ous condition, and tho falluro of Mr.
Sohmertz will not uilect tho running of
CHARGED WITH LARCENY.
A Judge Says that llrokcr BaoUor De
New Youk, Aug. 14. AbrahRtn Backer
of the firm of A. Backer & Co., the dealer
in commercial paper who failed for
$4,000,000 two weeks ago, and mado nu
assignment to Bonjamin V. Einstein,
was arrested during tho afternoon. Tho
Bpeclflo charge is grand lnrceny of $10,000.
Tho charge of grand larceny was pre
ferred by William Harden, tho prosidlng
Justice of the City Court of Savannah,
Judge Harden in an interview with a
reporter to-dny saldt
On tho 0th of January last, I gave to
the defendant my own personal note
for $10,000 for him to discount
for me, glvlug him as collateral
six per cent debenture bonds of the Cen
tral Railroad and Banking Company of
Georgia. Those aggregated $7,900.
" I also gave him 00 shares of tho Sa
vannah Gaslight Company's stock valued
at $2,000. My note Backer discounted
ut the Park National Bank of this city.
"Yesterd ly the noto was due. I
called lit the bank and paid it. I
thou called upon Mr. Backur, showed
him the paid note with the
bank's stamp and domaudod my
collaterals. Then I lenrned thnt Mr.
Backer did not have them; having used
them as collateral for a debt of his own
at tho Merchants National BAuk. There
was nothing loft to do but tho course I
did, having given Mr. Backer ample op
portunity to arraugo matters to my satis
faction." Itobhrd ut Afibttry I'ttrk.
Asdtoy Park, N. J., Aug. 14. J. J.
Guitou of Alb.iuv, N. Y., had his watch,
diamond pin and iv largo sum of money
stolen In a bathroom of the Asbury
Park bathing grouuds during tho day.
lie had put his valuables and money in
an envelope, intending to leave them at
tho officii, but instead had loft them on n
seat. Ho missed tho artlolos soon, how
ever, and within Ave minutes returned
for them, only to find that they had dis
appeared. Thoro is no clue to tho thief.
Saratoga, N.Y.,Aug. 14. Tho deadlock
In the Fourth Judicial Republican Coa
voution was broken last night on tho
17th ballot. The convention went into
committee of the whole and a com
promise was elToctcd. The Tappon and
Badger men voted unanimously for Les
lio W. Russsell of Canton, St. Lawronco
County. He served ono term as Stato
Attorney-General, and also served on tho
Stato Board ot Regents.
Ilnuced furtlio Mnlllpur Uprlllng.
London, Aug. 14. A dispatch from
Calcutta Bays that the Sen iputty of the
royal house of Manlpur mid tho Tongal
general were hanged at Manlpur for
their p.trt in causing tho massacre of
O rim wood, Quluton and other British
olllclals at the tlmo of tho MuuipQr up
rising. Largo crowds witnessed the exe
cution. There was no disturbance.
flriiticl Duke Aloxis Ooti to Vlohr.
Paris, Aug. 14. Tho Grand Dnko
Alexis left Paris during the morning for
Vichy. Thoro was a great orowd of peq
plo in tho streets nud nt the rallwiy sta
tion to witness his doparture, Thu pso
pie cheerod aud shoutod "Viva lo Russle
et In France, " "Vive lo Czir," eto. An
aged Russian oxllo throw a petition into
the Grand Duke's carnage.
To Succeed Mlnlstor Smith.
New Youk, Aug. 14. A special from
Washington sjysi "It is reported on ap
parently good authority tBac ex-Senator
Blair has u chance to go to Russia as
United States Minister it he U willing to
risk tho rigors ot the climate."
Price of Coal Advanced
New York, Aug. 14. Tho agents of
the anthr iclte produolng oampanles met
here and ordered an advance ot 15 conts
par ton, to talis effeot on Sspt. 1.
KILLED WHILE ASLEEP.
Mother mid Dsuaiiter Murdered II a
St. Martinsville, Lo., Aug. 14. M:s.
James R. Robinson and her daughter
Belle were found murdered In their room
yesterday morning. The mother's throat
was cut, while the daughter had bcou
strangled. The imprints of her nssallant's
fingers woio left upon her throat.
It Is believed thnt tho murdoror or
murderers klllod tho women when de
tected robbing the house. Thoro is no
clow to the perpetrators.
Gov. Hill doing tullult'.llo.
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 14. Gov. II1U
has accepted tho invitation of the Cen
tral Labor TJuulou of Buffalo to attend
tho celebration of Labor Da in Buffalo
on Sept. 7, uud to mako au address ou
labor questions. Each year, stuco the
first Monday in September was created
a logal holiday by the Legislature upou
Gov. Hill's recommendation, this organi
zation has triod to Ixave the Governor
present at its celebration, but his on
gngemouts havo mado it impassible un
The Ileultltigton Centennial.
BENNlNdTON, Vt., Aug. 11. Prepara
tions for the Bennington centennial are
nearly complete. Gov. Pago and stall
-will arrive to-morrow and remain dur
ing tho week. Presidunt Harrison aud
rjnrty will reach hero on the ovenlng of
Aug. 18. Mrs. Harrison, Vice-President
Morton and several members of tho Cabi
net will bo with the Presidential party.
Gen. Alger Is also oxpected to arrive on
the 18th, The celebration promises to
excel any previous Vermont offort.
Maryland Alliance Oflloers.
Baltimore, Aug. 14. At tho session of
the Maryland Farmers' Alliance Presi
dent L. L Polk ot the National Alliance
mado a long nddresi, which was loudly
applauded by tho GO delegatos present.
Tho following officers ot the State Alli
ance wero re-elected: Hugh Mltchull,
president; Col, L. A, Benson, vlco-presl-dent;
T. C. Jenkins, secretary; Dr. J. U.
Washington-, Aua:. 11. For Now England!
Generally fair; 7esterly winds; slightly warm
er and lulr Saturday.
For Lustorn Now York and Now Jersey:
Goncrally fair; Ujht vurlabto winds: no de
cided change In temperature; generally fair
and warmer Saturday.
For Wmtcrn Now York and Western
Pennsylvania: Fain slightly warinorj varia
ble winds; generally fair Saturday.
NI3W YOUK JIAUKUT3.
New York. Au?. 13. Jlonoyon oallloauoJ
easy at and 'i per cent.
ws, lhOl nog 1001$ 100-
4Us, 1801 Coup 100 100:
4 s. 11107 Itoir I00U 100'
s, 1007 Coup 1174 U0K
Canadian I'ooino ,. si 1 81
uonirai i-hoiio zi
Chicago, ilur. & Oulncy B.TK 8.
Delawnro & 1 1 mlton 1UO U'U
l)ol., Lack. & V.'ostom, 1 33.f
ISrio 17?i 18
Urloprcf 4o 48
LakcShoro 103U J on
Louis. &Niish CO imi
Michigan Central K7iC 88
Missouri Pacific 0.15 ami
New Jersor Central IIOU 11014
Northwestern 10fiJ 103J
Orceon Navigation U." 05
Piu'liloMnll 33lf 3U
ltetvllng L'7U 27!
ltock IManu 71W 71!
Ht. Paul 02? j 03;
Union 1'aciuo .17
Western Union 78 7S
aitAIN MA UK 1ST.
Aug. Sept. Oct.
Wheat O.H$ 03U P011
Cor 70j4 08I OUH
Oats 38)4 33 So
New Yonic, Aug. 13. Light arrivals In but
ter abardly equal to demand. Cotieequontly
prloos wero linn.
Creamery, State & Ponn., extras. 90 a
Creamery, Btaie, sooonUs tollretslOHo.al8Vo.
Cniamery. KUlu extras U 'o.
Creumcay, other western, oxtros.l01o.aSO o.
Crcamory, western, firsts 17Ho.al8 o.
Creamery, western, feoonda 10 c.nlBo.
fitatodatry, h. f. tubs, oitras....I8'So,nl!) o.
Btutodulry, h. f. tubs, llrsU 10!iio.aI74o.
Egirs Market dull In buj ers favor, ltucelpts
not lariro. Prices Irregular,
N, V. State, now laid, per doz...,17 o.nl7to.
l'cnn., now laid 17 o;ul7)Jo.
Westorn Si Northwestern, new laid
Western; Northwostern, good to
ptliuo , UHo.
Only Remilno blood purifier known. It cures
skin dlseafces, rheumatism, gout, liver and
kidney tionbles.ana removes all scrofulous
and tpeclllo blood tnlniB. No mineral, no
Inllurts tind no relapses.
Sold ct Klrlln'o Drug storo,
Ftrguson' Hotel liloek, Shenandoah, Pa,
0 L0 0
Chtoago Makes Anntlier Spurt to Hi 111
noston....0 80000 120000J
aovelOlld.O 0 0 00104000 1
llatteries Nichols and Uennett; Viau and
AT NEW vonic.
New York 1 0 0 0 0
Cincinnati 10 3 3 0
llattories-lltur, Welch and
Burrill; lthlnos mid Keotian.
0 0 3 0 4,
0 0 0 x- 7'
Patterles-Cnrutlie and Dally, Oumbert '
Philadelphia 1 4001100 0-7
Pittsburg 0 3000000 3-q
Batteries KUng and Clements; Baldwin and
Tho National League Tloooril.
aoi. iron. Lot. rrt
Chlcai--o..B5 r,8 .rot
Boston .,..5tf 38 JXVi
NowYork..4l 37 7(1
Phtl'dol'a..47 44 .510
rtu'n. iron. Lni. rri
Brooklyn ..43 48 .483
Cleveland ..44 SO .408
Cincinnati .38 6T .40:1
Pittsburg ..35 GO .383
0 0 0
0 8 0
0 0 .1
0 0 U
llattcrlos Gaitrlght and Donahue; Sanders
Chamberlain and liilllgun.
0 0 0
o 2 a
BatteriM Dwjcr and Vaughn;
1 0- 1
O x -A
Ilattories Moakim and Calilll; lleuly and
AT ST. LOUIS.
It. Louts 0 3 0 0 3 4 0 2 11
V?nshIngton 0 1100U10 S
Batteries Itcttger and Darling; nteljorg and
Guir.o oallod at end ot eighth Inulng on ac
count of rain.
Th Assoclutlou Ilecord.
auta. iron. JmU C"i
Boston... .07 31 ,U84
St. Louis. .01 37 .634
Baltimore OS 30 .883
Alhletlo..60 40 .6:1
f7ufj. iron. Loaf, (75
Columbus. .47 r.3 .47.1
ClllOlim'tl. 43 55 .430
I.OUV1I10...35 (IS .340
Wajh'ton.,30 03 .32 J
Knstorn Association Gaines.
Provldenec-Albivny gamo postponed. ;
Lebanon 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3
Buffalo 0 0 O 1 0 O 1 !
llatt; rips Fltisemld nnd MoCaffioy;
hun, Fields and Weckuecaer.
AT NEW HAVEN.
Syrncuso 0 0
Now Haven ,0 0
Ilnttenes Kllroy and Qulnii; Morrison aud
Troy 0 0
itoeliester 0 0
Batterles-Bmlmn and WclU; Neal aiU Sago.
SMALLPOX IN CHILI.
Dlsoutslon by Congi-eMS on a lull to Dis
own All Acts of the Instirgonti.
San Francisco, Aug. 14. Panama trunoe, where ho callod for help. Head
papers, brought by tho steamship San ' Night Jailer Johntn ran to Spollman's
Juan, which urrived here to-dny, say that ' cell and found tho Inventor lying on the
a bill has been dlsousscd iu tho Chilian floor in a pool of blood with his throat
Congress to disown nil (tots of tho rovo- out from ear to ear. The penknife with
lutioulsts in or4er not only to lay the which ho had douo both deeds was lylug
civil and criminal responsibility upon by his side.
those supporting them, but to warn the The windpipe, both jttgulnr volns and
neighboring natlous ngalust dealing the carotid artery wero completely sev
wlth them. orod, and nearly all the blood was out of
An cpidemlo of smallpox at Santiago 1'ht body. Spellman was takou to tho
has been followed by the announcement Cooper Hospital, whoro ho died oarly
of a number of cases at Valparaiso. I this morning.
The Balmsoedau troops had returned ' An examination of Jailor Robinson's
from Coqulmbo nnd gone further south. ! wouud showed that tho kulfo blado bad
Many of the troops had rebelled and
gone to Vallonar and Ereluu.
Took tin Overdose of Morphine.
Abbury Park, N. J., Aug. 14. Henry
Halm, son ot Charles Hahn, u retired
merchant, living on INorlli rjoveutu
Btreet, Phlladolphln, narrowly escaped
ueain last, u.gns irora an overuoss ot
morphine. Ho was fouud uucousclous
in Library Park on Asbury uvenuo, nud
an officer Btnrtod to tako him to the
lockup in a wagon. The joggling ot the
wagon revived him, and ha requested
the officer not to ko him to jail, but.
to the Hotel Asbury, whoro ho had
friends. On tho way to the hotol the
officer fouud a Birnill vial. After taking
Huh n to tho hotel It was discovered that
the vial contninod morphine. Physi
cians woro immediately Miinmoucd,
llnlin was 'takou from bod, nnd nftor
three hours' hard work saved from death.
But for the fortuuato dlscovory of the
vial Hahn would have died.
should be displayed In buying nwxTW
tine above all tilings. In selecting
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive that It contains nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave tho patient In
much worse condition, than befoxa
S S 3
b purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the moat dellcato child can
tako It with absolute safoty. Itoontalna
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it nover fails to cure the dis
eases it is reconunonded for.
Book on Blood and Skin disease ftes
Swift Speclflo Co., Atlanta, Q
CHINAMEN CREATE TROUBLE.
They Demand the Mum of Two of Tlieli
Hie Onlltilglous Nntttrn of Hm Ulseae
Quoilloned A l'ltthl llrlveeu onleUti
Ovor Two Loatlianinn Crature Thiiy
Aro Allowed lit Largo A1 though Lopors
or tho Mint Pronounced Trlr.
New York, Aug. 14. Dr. Edson yes
tcnlay received n report from Chnrlty
hospital stntlng that tho two Chinamen
who wero tnkeu there on Mondny last
from Mott street wero suffering from
uenulno leprosy. The lepers are Ong
Mow Toy, a Chinese fan tnu gambler, ot
fc'o. 24 Mott street, and Tsnng Ding, of
j0 (j7 1IoU str,t. Both nro afflicted
uf nnotuet lonthsomo dlsoaso besides
Ong Mow Toy was found nt his homo
bv Dr. Edson last Sunday. Tho doctor
wns unnble to tell by a cursory examina
tion whether It was n genuine case of
leprosy. On Monday Tsang Ding was
reported n n suspeoted leper. Dr. Blau
velt found his oase similar to Toy's. Dr.
Edson decided to send thorn both to Char
Yesterday morning a number of China
men, friends of tho lepers, called on the
Commissioners of Charities and Correc
tion and demanded their reloase. Com
missioner Shoehy declared that tho Com
missioners had no authority to hold tho
men nnlos thoy wero committed to tbo(
Institution bv some magistrate and this
had not beon (lone. Accordingly Tsang
Ding w s given his liberty yestorday af
ternoon, nnd Ong Moy Toy wns rolonsod
As tho situation now stands it will bo
A fight between tho commissioners of
oharltlcs nnd correction and tho board of
health. President Edson and Dr. Wil
son, of tho board of hoalth, believe that
leprosy Is contnalous.
The hospital doctors nnd tho commis
sioners claim that if loprosy Is conta
gious tho city should provide an Isolated
hospital for Its special treatment,
AN INVENTOR'S MAD FIT.
Ho Stubs His Jailer und Thou Commits
Camden, N. J., Aug. 14. About mid
night William Spellman, an inventor,
confined In tho county jail, mado a des
pcrato attempt to murder Andrew Rob
inson, one ot tho night jailers. Spell
man then committed sttlctdo by cutting
Spellinnn lived nt 243 Mount Vernon
Rtreet, buthu has been In jail for several
months awaiting trial on a ohargo ot ob
taining money by falso pretenses for sell
ing tho right to a patent railroad switch
to several different parties.
Ho spent his tlmo In prison perfecting
another patout switch, nud would work
for hours on a pretty model he had In
coll 81 on the lower eastern corridor.
While Night Jailer Robinson was
making his rounds, Spellman called on
him to bring the model, as ho could not
sleep und wishod to do some work.
Robinson brought tho nearly com
pleted fao slmllo of a railroad track and
switch, and opening the door stooped
down to bund it to tho prisoner.
Just then Spellman raised his hand
and pluuged n black-handled penknife,
with n long, sharp blade, Into ttio top of
The jailer wns stunned for n moment
and foil, but had thought ouough to
pull himself out ot the coll and shut tho
uoor. lie tuon orawien to tno inn on-
gone nearly inrongii ino bkuu unci in
dieted a scalp wound threo Inches long.
He was weak from loss ot blood, but not
In Spellman' cell was found the fol
lowing blood-staiued noto:
"I want to see my wife nt 548 Mt. Vor
non street. Please send me to the lios-
Vha noto hft(1 apparonny boon wrltton
nftor the man cut his throat.
Spellman ovldontly intended to kill
Robinson nnd seotiro the keys aud escape,
but, finding ha vas balked, dutenuinod
Many llnlltrlous Topics Dlaousssd.
Amsterdam, Aug. 14 Tho suasion ot
tho Twelfth Conference ot the Young
Men's Christian Association ot all lands
was continued to-day by the reading ot
reports aud dolivory of addresses. The
attitude ot tho Young Men's Christian
Association to the social question, nnd
the problem of counteracting the difficul
ties which hinder the development ot tbo
Young Men's Christian Association in
Roman Catholic onuntrlos, wore among
the toplos of discussion.
lllcil In nil, lb Tub.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 14. Edwin J.
Chute, ot Provldsnos, It, I,, traveling
agent for Packard & B.irrlll, brush man
ufacturers of Boston, who has been In
Buffalo several days, was found dead in
the bath tnb duriug the morning at 00
Swan street, where he was stayirg since
his arrival. Ho was nbjot to epileptic
tits and the supposition is that ho was
attacked with one while In the water.
iOD. llutlernt Work.
Lowr.i.L, Mas., Aug. 14. Gen, Butler
is at borne working ou his book with
Private Secretary Major. His grandson,
Butler Amss, nnd so.no frlutids have the
yaoht on a, oruiu and the General has
not been with them blue Monday,
Mn. Pulk Dying.
Nawvillf, Teun., Aug. 14. Mrs.
Sarah Polk, widow of President James
IC Polk, wi t jken suddenly ill last night
nod is now In a serious condition. Har
physicians da not expeot her to live
more tU..n a few hours louger.
AS I DID
ONCE A MONTH ;
OTHER DAYS. WASH THEM CLEArv
WITH WET SPONGE
LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a foe!
to chnngo tho ppenrn-o ofo I
Furniture fco comoletoly thnt
your husbnn Is will think it ia now
M WILL DO IT W. R rotl IT.
WOLFF St RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
FLY H TS
CHEAP AUD STRONG.
ZOotlier styles 5- Xo'o picn U. siut ntl
Wu.AYKuiAttc si, r.m, w c.li-h;a.
?ii ty all 0 iiimm
AU my nfffnti For W. Ii. Dfliixlu Htinon.
If not lor itle hi yunr pluru umi ynur
iIphIui to Mfiul lor cittitloiiuci Hvcuru tlio
iitfiMicvt amt get thorn itu on.
fiTTAKli XO USTlTUTJ2.w3
BO SSUAE1 FOR
P tjnUt, CENTl FMTM
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It IS A flf&mlfK.-4 HllM U iris im lmlij nw. I
to hurt tltofi-ct; iim-In of the hint llitu cuir, Btyli u
ami cay, ami because ire make vwtY ahvtn of tht
Omde thunaiii other vutmtfactiocr, It equnls liaiHl-
RUWt"! ell-ifH COhtfUH frotti 4.tw to 6."..lW.
PJa Hhoo over ITi rtd for $ ii; equuN Frunuli
Imported rfliiK-awhieti i-ot from $s onto 814 oi.
CtA OO liiimt-HvniHl Welt HIhun flno catr,
WP" 8tl(Mll. tOIltrortr.lllK flint (Tttntltlu Thnh. t
Alio over nlTerftl at thhi price ; hiliiiu Krado as ctii
luni-iniiuH miiH's foiling ironi gti ou to y.t.uui
tnj t iiiirii ninH't rurniers, unwroaa men
J M ailtl I-ttcfClirriiTmill uunrtlu.lii' Mini, nlf
hi m ftlif. Out) jmlr will wenrnyenr.
2 OH lino i'Hiri uo in ttvr Hhn ever offered nt
tlllrl Iirifti! otilt irtnl will imiiL-liinn fhi.aji
who want a hIiou for comfort and eervfee.
0 Aj nrn Vrv Htronir nml ilnrMliTii Thnui tvhn
Imvo (flvou Uiem a trlnl will wear no other make.
MmMiJ W O worn IV thn lwivitit'irvu'hpr! rhfvrutll
on lUeTr merits, tho inrrt'nnliiH so ten show.
ktXlU fl nonizntn. VMrvRfvIUli- nniinlaFrnu.-li
lmporteil shoes t'oRlliiKfroni 14, ut to
t.is.ll. .tfi. t imi ..us! ii x .i....k rii.
llbsenare tho wst lino Doagola. Ktyl lull aud durable.
iihitiiii. jv-u vnut w. u. uougitm' nanio aua
price aro stamped ou the ltottom of each fchoo.
f3" Of03plX 3311,
Green Truck, Fino Groceries,
Dclawaicrne tlindnnd o'.her fresh flfh right
nomine iusmuu i ruutys. rresn
Ulceus from Ihuhoutli.
Evan's BuildiD, E. Oentie St.
(7. S. millant' old timid)
Everything now and'resh. floods delivered
Ui any purl 01 town.
XI. C. KNIGHT & SON.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller'u old stand,)
Corner Conl mill Jnrdlit His.
Mr. Bnvder will alwsyB keen In stock u flno
lino of boot aud shoes.
Custom Work and Repairing
done In the heft slyle. He guarantees to cell
cheaper I hun competitors 01 Main street who
have big lontsto py. ard guarantees a genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
limit ui Kit MM rin!i Cut U,m
180 H, JMln HlrtMi
Pure Ice Cream I
DREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attended to. Particular at
tention paid to Balls, l'lenlus,
NOUTII MAIN BTIIEET,
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS